At the corner of Franklin and Columbus streets in Whiteville, you'll find an old federal-style country cottage that is now known as the Reuben Brown House.
As WWAY's #ThisIsThePlace Roadtrip heads to Whiteville, it reminded us of another even bigger journey to the seat of Columbus County several years ago.
The Pender County Museum calls Burgaw home. The building was built in 1917 and is the oldest brick house in the county.
Clemson University has broken ground for a historical marker near the spot where slaves and imprisoned black laborers once lived.
The Charlotte Fire Department is providing help in the search of a Civil War-era shipwreck found off Oak Island thought to be a blockade runner.
The Battleship North Carolina is celebrating its 75th anniversary Saturday, and the StarNews is dedicating a portion of the paper Friday to the importance of the World War II ship.
The McKay-Green House gives off a very patriotic and historic air which you can experience on the Azalea Festival Home tour Saturday and Sunday.
Built in 1910, it sits at 1802 Market street. The simple yet commanding house on the Azalea Festival Home Tour was in disrepair a few years ago.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, sits regally and majestically at 1620 Chestnut Street in Wilmington.
With a cemetery next door, the Frederick Willetts House tends to be quieter than most in the neighborhood. That's one reason the homeowners bought 219 N. 18th Street in Wilmington.